DETROIT -- They’ve already been labeled “Generation Y” and “Echo Boomers.” Now Chrysler Group is calling them the “Millennial Generation.” Whatever their label, consumers ranging in age from 12 to 24 – the children of baby boomers – promise to be the biggest and most-influential demographic group since, well, their parents. Acquisitive and very brand conscious, they increasingly are being targeted by auto makers as they start to reach car-buying age. This year, the Chrysler Group is ...

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